02 Apr

Waldorf man faces multiple charges after AACO traffic stop

LAUREL, Md. (WBFF)– Anne Arundel County police make an interesting arrest after a morning traffic stop.

Timothy Valentino Howard, 51, of Waldorf, now faces several charges after police say he threw a baggie containing 90 oxycodone pills out of his passenger window.

Officers say the pulled Howard over on the Baltimore Washington Parkway near Route 32 at 10 a.m. After officer saw him throw a bag out the window and inspected its contents. They discovered that Howard has his license suspended and revoked in Maryland.

On his person Howard had over $2,000 in cash, a 5-inch steak knife.

He was transported to the Western district and will face the following charges:

-Multiple traffic charges

-Possession with the intent to distribute

-Possession of CDS

-Possession of a concealed deadly weapon